Multi-tasking work place, but with many benefits for your efforts.
Manager (Former Employee) – Mobile, AL – June 16, 2018
A typical day is expected to be extremely busy with many tasks to be handled at once. You definitely will learn to prioritize. For the most part you will rely on a solid team to accomplish the busy days and work load.
Lunches catered by Pharmaceutical reps, Retirement package is excellent, Short term disability paid by the Practice.
Certified Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Augusta, GA – April 7, 2018
The overall experience with this company was a learning experience for me. I was just out of school and was put with the highest volume physician at the time I was not experienced enough to handle the demands I was entrusted with.
I have nothing bad to say about this organization.
Terrible place. Cut throat. Unappreciative of anything. Money grubbing
Medical Receptionist (Former Employee) – Tennessee – March 15, 2018
Do NOT work here. This is not a place that promotes or supports employees Or patient care. It is all about that money. Over worked and underpaid. Too many chiefs and not enough Indians. And the irony is that they still can’t manage correctly!! Upper management is gleefully and willingly ignorant or just don’t care.
Money matters most, Employees don’t. Management is terrible and almost non existing!! No room for growth, promotion or raise.
Other (Current Employee) – Nashville, TN – February 9, 2018
The physicians and other coworkers here are great to work with! We have new executive leadership as of late 2017. Many prior unfair practices have been changed. I have worked for many companies over the years, and I am quite impressed with the many positive changes I've been witnessing here. The executives and physicians here genuinely care about the well-being of everyone - their patients, and the staff. It is a pleasure to work here.
Friendly coworkers and physicians. Great benefits. Great management team (now)
Secretary (Former Employee) – Nashville, TN – January 22, 2018
I worked at nephrology associates for a little under a year. They fire people who don’t deserve it and keep the one that need to go. The work loads are unfair and the employees tell on you for everything. Management took sides and did not keep thing anonymous. It’s not all bad, some people were nice. If you like to be competitive and be everyone’s back up, it’s the job for you. HR was good and will listen but hardly anything was done about serious situations.
Free lunch from drug reps, flexible with schedule (sometimes)
Management, uneven work loads and used and abused.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – October 12, 2017
slow paced, not challenging. Physicians very knowledgeable and typically fair and easy to work with. Minimal patient contact, and work was easy. Somewhat depressing due to the fact that our primary goal was to keep patients off of dialysis, which was typically unsuccessful. Patients seldom if ever got well and once starting dialysis, had very low quality of life.
I worked at three different office during the week. The office personnel were friendly and laid back. The doctor was laid back most of the time but could also be totally different some days. I didn't feel management was approachable.
Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Fort Wayne, IN – July 27, 2017
I come in around 730-8 am I check Drs PAQ inbox do refills answer phones take criticals enter labs vitals injection check in and out patients enter patients information also we do outside clincs travel
Medical Transcriptionist (Former Employee) – Fair Lawn, NJ – July 15, 2017
Extremely poor office management; high turnover of employees, one person doing six jobs due to lack of personnel; antiquated equipment, no advancement opportunities, dealing with unreasonable management.
Able to travel to other offices
Hostile working environment, extremely poor management, no advancement opportunities